November 14th, 2011
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Pak is ready to walk the talk

Zafar-MahmoodIslamabad: Pakistan asked New Delhi to have “trust and faith” in it, as “times have changed” and have expressed their wish for complete normalization of bilateral trade. India feels that this reasurance that is coming right after the Most Favoured Nation status displays the country’s genuine desire to “walk the talk”.

The mutual assurances were handed out by commerce secretaries of the two countries, who began their two-day talks for ensuring normal bilateral trade. “I want to assure you that please have trust and faith in the process (normalisation of trade). Times have changed.

World is coming closer”, Pakistan Commerce Secretary Zafar Mahmood said. He also said that he was looking forward to the official level discussions “in a spirit of mutual cooperation and confidence”. In Pakistan, besides common people and businessmen, political leadership wants normalisation of bilateral trade,he added.

“With such clear political vision, we are now obliged to walk the talk,” Khullar said.



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